Fiddlewax Blue Now A Free Download

Developer Adam Kumpf let us know that Fiddlewax Blue – an iPad music instrument based on music theory – is now a free download.

Beginners can have fun by fiddling around with how notes, chords, and samples sound together. Over time, the hints on each key (note name, chord degree, chord type, etc.) become a powerful way to learn about music and compose phrases or songs.


  • 8 play modes from simple to advanced (6 – 48 chords).
  • 8 built-in instruments + 4 user-recorded instruments
  • Record and share up to two minutes of your music.
  • Select key root note + 8 scale modes (Major, Minor, etc.).
  • Realtime MIDI output via WiFi and MIDI file saving.
  • Virtual MIDI support (send MIDI out to other iOS apps).
  • Realtime audio scope (time, frequency, and octave modes).
  • Great for all experience levels, from beginners to experts.
  • Precision interface optimized for 10-finger multitouch.
  • Uses device language (English, Spanish, French, or German).

Fiddlewax Blue is available as a free download at the App Store.

If you’ve used Fiddlewax Blue, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!

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